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Serena Withdraws from 2010 U.S. Open

Having just expressed our trepidation about seeing Serena Williams out and about but still wearing a brace to protect her foot, it is with disappointment (but not much surprise) that we have learned that Williams officially withdrew from the U.S. Open today after being advised by her doctors to give her foot more time to […]

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President Obama Meets With Querrey and Bryans

President Barack Obama met with Farmers Classic winner singles winner, Sam Querrey, and doubles winners, Bob and Mike Bryan, on the South Lawn of the White House in Washington. The players played tennis with 100 local children as part of First Lady Michelle Obama’s Lets Move campaign, in conjunction with the United States Tennis Association. […]

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Belated Weekend Wrap Up: LA, Istanbul, Stanford & Gstaad

American Sam Querrey defeated Britain’s Andy Murray 5-7, 7-6 (7/2), 6-3 in the Farmers Classic ATP Tennis Open. Russia’s Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova defeating compatriot Elena Vesnina 5-7, 7-5, 6-4  in the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Istanbul Cup. Victoria Azarenka of Belarus convincingly defeated Russia’s Maria Sharapova 6-4, 6-1 in the Bank of the West Classic at […]

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Lopsarevic: The Bromance

He may be a newlywed (to long-time girlfried Biljana Sesevic), but our favorite new tweeter, Serbian tennis player Janko Tipsarevic, also seems to have a new budding romance with current doubles partner, Feliciano Lopez (seen above at the LA Tennis Open). When asked via Twitter by Tennis Channel’s James LaRosa “who’s better looking, you or […]

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Photo Of The Day: Ginepri Vs. The Plant

The caption says it all. “Robby Ginepri takes his aggression out on a plant after losing a point to Rainer Schuettler of Germany during the Farmers Classic at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.” Ginepri ended up losing the match to the German 6-3, 3-6, 6-4. Hopefully the other Americans left in the draw (James Blake, […]

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The Fish Diet

Lean fish is sometimes the key to a healthy diet. Yesterday, lean Fish was the key to winning the Atlanta Tennis Championships. Mardy Fish, playing some of the best tennis of his career, took out Andy Roddick and John Isner on his road to win his second straight tournament. The 28-year-old isn’t just running around with […]

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Reflections: Day 7 of Wimbledon

Did you catch any of today’s action? All of the singles’ Round of 16 matches took place today. From the shortest upset (Wozniacki out in 46 minutes!) to the longest (Roddick out in a five set thriller!) to historic rematches (Serena Williams got the better of Maria Sharapova while Kim Clijsters took out fellow Belgian […]

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Fortune Cookie: Wimbledon Middle Monday

Middle Monday is upon us, and it’s going to be a scorcher. The players had yesterday off, and we hope you’re rested from your day of rest and ready for an exciting day at Wimbledon. Here are the must-see matches for Monday and our picks to move on: Kim Clijsters vs. Justine Henin (Winner: Clijsters) […]

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Crazy Middle Sunday: Jennifer Capriati and More!

TMZ broke the news that Olympic gold medalist and Australian Open and French Open champion Jennifer Capriati has been “hospitalized after apparent overdose.” Our thoughts are with her and her family while she is in recovery. Stanislas Wawrinka announced that he will be moving on from his long-time coach Dimitri Zavialoff. Patrick McEnroe spoke with […]

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Fortune Cookie: Wimbledon

Every four years, the World Cup occurs and fans around the world watch on the edge of their seats as their favorite team competes. Every four years, the World Cup happens at the same time as the most prestigious Grand Slam of the year – The Wimbledon Championships. The oldest tennis tournament in the world […]

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